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Million Dollar Password Free TV Show Tickets in New York City

The Million Dollar Password TV Show is Shot in New York City and Tickets To The Show Are Available To The Public

UPDATE: Million Dollar Password is no longer in production.
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Million Dollar Password

Million Dollar Password:

The new Million Dollar Password includes modernized elements from the old '50s shows Password, Password Plus, and Super Password, with the winning team going on to play an end game with a top payoff of $1,000,000 - hence the title.

Regis Philbin:

Regis Philbin was the host of the original American version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, which was effectively ruined when it was first made into a twice weekly show and then dropped into daytime syndication and hosted by Meredith Viera. Regis has made no bones about the fact that he will not allow the same mistake to happen again and this time he commands more of an effective control over the destiny of the show. Discussing the new show Regis Philbin's Million Dollar Password, or Password to the insiders, Regis said "I'm thrilled to be part of this great show that I remember so well from a few years ago." He added, "The original TV show was a very classy production, and Allen Ludden was so terrific."

Ludden, who died in 1981, was host of the original Password, which debuted as a CBS daytime show in 1961 before moving to prime time. Later versions ran in syndication and on NBC through the 1980s with Tom Kennedy and then Bert Convy as host. As with the original Password, the updated version features two teams, each made up of a celebrity and a contestant. The teams compete to guess a password revealed to the studio audience and viewers. The team with the highest score can decide to keep its winnings or try to reach a final round with a $1 million grand prize.

TV Show Taping Schedule:

Friday- 3:30PM 
Saturday- 1:30PM
Saturday - 5:30PM
Sunday -1:30PM and 5:30PM
Monday- 2:30PM

So, How Do You Get Tickets to the Million Dollar Password in New York City?

Standby and Short Notice Tickets:

Standby tickets to Million Dollar Password are available. If you want to see the Million Dollar Password TV Show in New York we can tell you how to do it. Our complete research guide to TV Show tickets will give you access to all the latest information including methods, phone numbers and the secret details.
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Advance Ticket Requests:

The Million Dollar Password TV show does not accept postal or phone requests for advance tickets.
Advance tickets for future shows can only be requested over the internet.
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Ticket Limitations:

This TV show has not yet gone into regular production. So far it has only done a couple "test run" tapings of episodes, so the available ticket information may only be temporary.

Age Requirements:

You have to be at least 18 years old to attend this TV show.

Group Policy: 
The Password show no longer offers group tickets to anyone other than to the star/performers entourage.

TV Studio Address:
Kaufman Astoria Studios
34-12 36th Street
Queens, NY

Production Company
Broadway Video is the production company managing the audience for the Million Dollar Password show

Show Transmission:
Million Dollar Password airs evenings on CBS.

Travel Plans:
Want to make it to the show on time? Here’s the latest local transit information.